Friday, March 5, 2010
the Audi Q7
The recently introduced performance SUV, the Audi Q7, becomes the second vehicle to feature safety innovation.
Audi's penchant for bringing new vehicles to market with differentiating, leading-edge technology is allowing Delphi Corporation to establish in the industry the more prominent presence of an automotive safety innovation designed to help mitigate short circuiting in collision events.
Having helped Delphi mark the global debut of its Battery Disconnect Safety Device in 2004, Audi has expanded its use of the unique technology for the 2006 model year, featuring it on its most recent introduction, the first sport-utility vehicle offered by the brand. The Audi Q7, which made its official world debut last September at the 61st International Motor Show in Frankfurt, Germany, will be available in 2006 with the Battery Disconnect Safety Device.